Toshiba Strata DK280 User Manual

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    T E L E P H O N E U S E R G U I D E : D K D I G I T A L K E Y TELEPHONE SYSTEMS S T R A T A D K 2 8 0...

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    LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY FEATURES DIGITAL TELEPHONE USER GUIDE 0 COPYRIGHT 1993 TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC. manual All rights reserved. No part of this may be reproduced in any form or by any means - graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including recording, taping, photocopying, or the use of information retrieval systems - without express written permission of the publisher of this material.

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    Hold feature of this telecommunications system. Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. disclaims any liability arising out of the failure to obtain such a license. Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. reserves the right to change any of this information including, but not limited to, product characteristics and operating specifications, without prior notice.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS IIU I-RODUCTION General Description Purpose.. Organization.. How to Use This Guide.. CHAPTER 1 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY..Mode Definitions Summary of L C D Functions..l-3 CHAPTER 2 FEATURE OPERATION..Date/Ttme/Day Adjustment..Call Forward Display... To Set Cail Forward..

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    Setting/Changing Calling Station Messages ... Storing L C D Name/Number Display..S p e e d Dial Memo ...-..Timed Reminders Wtih Memo ... Message Sending..Called Station Messaging..Group Called Station Messaging..Remote Calling Station Messaging ...

  • Page 6: Summary Of L C D Functions

    Service, as determined by system programming. Your system administrator can inform you which features are actually accessible from your specific telephone. Once you are aware of the features that are available to your telephone, review each feature’s description and operational procedure contained in this guide.

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    To assist you in achieving greater performance efficiency, the information in this user guide is divided into distinct areas of content. Instructions for various procedures are referred to as Action Text and appear in the left-hand column of the page. Instructions appear in numerical sequence, enabling you to quickly perform a specific task.

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    I-l Sample Page 3. XX - The emcmt 01 time IO&M) serzomk) that the telephone will ring b&ore Calf Forward-No Answer or Cat/ Forward-5usyiNo Answer rs zzmk.9. The nq time does not have to be enfeed each tnne Cd’ Forward a set-only when yw wan, ,* chmge the nunbel OI sewa the relep%me mp before d f0nvards.

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    If your telephone has the Soft Key feature turned on (Mode 71), the Mode, Page, and Scroll functions are not active when the telephone is busy on a CO line or Intercom call. Mode, Page, and Scroll are only used when the telephone is idle.

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    MODE DEFINITIONS MODE 0: MODE 1: MODE 2: MODE 4: MODE 8: MODE 71: MODE 70: MODE 94: MODE 95: Used to exit another mode and return to clock/calendar display. Busy Field display. - Busy station messaging. Called station messaging. dial Speed number check and memo dialing.

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    All Liquid Crystar Display (LCD) examples in this user guide are shown with soft keys furned OFF: If your telephone has soft keys turned ON, fhe displays may be different, but they will Sfiil allow you to follow fhe steps in this guide.

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    Automatic Callback (ACB): When you set automatic callback at a busy station, its number is displayed. j,,,,,,] [HO.] When you receive an automatic callback, the station number you called is displayed. N O . N N N When you receive an automatic callback for a Central ‘Office (CO) line, the L I N E 1 0 A C B seized line’s number is displayed.

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    Your LCD telephone displays information noting that your call to station NNN was picked up by station NNN. When you receive an intercom call, the calling station’s number is displayed.

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    Transferred CO call---CO line is transferred to your station in the ringing state b! another station. 2. When Call Is Camped-on CO call-CO line was camped-on to your busy station and rings Answered your station when you hang up. The display changes to indicate calling status. [IHSWIALD:PI(IH:XJ Hold H O L D L I N E 10...

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    , r - ?r Phone/Monitor: !‘\- lOOOR N O . N N N D O O R P H O N E 1A Elapsed Time: Intercom Number Display: 1 CD Name/Number ylay: - 1. idle Station N A M E / N U M B E R D A T E D A Y T I M E 2.

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    2. Executive Override N O . N N N Your LCD telephone displays the number of a station initiating override when you are on the telephone. The number will remain displayed until override is N N N B U S Y OVR disconnected.

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    When using Speed Dial Memo (Mode 8), the name and number are displayed. TOSHIBA is the memo (up to 12 characters). 714 583 3700 is the number (up to 16 digits). After you access a Central Office (CO) line and press Cnf/TLn complete toll restriction override or traveling class code, your LCD display will prompt you to dial a code.

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    To Set the Date: Place handset on- hook. Intercom Dial # 6 5 1. Dial the date Redial Press the button. Spkr Press the button. To Set the Time: 1. Place handset on- hook. 2 . Dial Intercom # 6 5 2 . 3.

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    TO SET CALL FORWARD When any type of call forward is initiated, the ‘CALL FORWARD TO” prompt displays on the lower row of the LCD. When your station has call forward set, the LCD. displays as shown on the left Call Forward Displays: 1.

  • Page 21: Station-to-station Message Waiting

    # 4 0 9. 3. XX = The amount of time (06-60 seconds) that the telephone will ring before Call Forward-No Answer or Call invoked. The ring time does not have to be entered each time Call Fonvard is set-on/y when you want to change the number of seconds the telephone rings before it forwards.

  • Page 22: Voice Mail (vm)

    The LCD displays the data as it is entered. These digits include special voice and pauses to be sent. mail codes and your mail box number. For example, for Toshiba VP Systems dial 92NNN, where NNN is your mail box number.

  • Page 23: Busy Field Display, Mode Exit, Disa Security Code: Add/delete/change

    NO. NNN DATA PROGRAMMED I BUSY FIELD DISPLAY Your telephone must be idle to use the &lode button when Soft Keys are turned NOTE: The Busy Lamp Field (BLF) mode will stop all other displays from appearing on your telephone LCD.

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    It is available from your telephone system administrator. 3. Press the Redial You will hear a confirmation tone, and the code will be stored in memory. Press RDL or # if your telephone is not equipped with a Redial button. button to store the code.

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    For security reasons, the change access code is not provided in this guide. It is available from your telephone system maintenance provider. The account code digit length is set in system programming.

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    LCD above the Mode, Page, and Scroll keys while you are on a call (or you are ringing another station or outside telephone number). You can access the feature represented by the feature prompt just by pressing the Mode, Page, or Scroll key beneath the prompt.

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    If you initiated the call, the “TRNS” prompt will appear 30 seconds afterr- ‘I the first digit of the telephone number is dialed-the “ABR” prompt for -~,’ Automatic Busy Redial (ABR) will appear during this first 30 seconds (if it does not appear, then this feature was not assigned in system programming).

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    6. After three seconds the user’s name (or number) is replaced with the following display and you can voice announce to station 203; A N N O U N C E . T O 2 0 3 T R N S -RING .RTRN I (voice first signalling) or, when in TONE mode the following is displayed: R I N G I N G 2 0 3...

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    ACB-Press this Soft Key to activate Automatic Callback after reaching a busy station, CO line, or CO Line group. ABR-Press this Soft Key to activate Automatic Busy Redial after dialing a busy outside telephone number. dn hold. 2’ ‘.

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    SOFT KEY ACTIVATION Your telephone must be idle before you follow the steps on the left to activate or deactivate the Soft Key feature at your station. Soft keys are now activated and the appropriate feature prompts will display when your phone is in use.

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    # 6 8 Spkr) button. LCD ALPHANUMERIC MESSAGES, NAMES, MEMOS The LCD on your telephone can be used to send or receive messages to or from other LCD telephone users. The LCD can also display the names/numbers of the person calling your telephone or the name of the person you are calling. Names and memos can also be set to display with speed dial numbers and timed reminders.

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    To Record a Message: 1. Press the # button to access alpha characters. Refer to Figure 4-l for an explanation of the dialpad buttons. 2. Press * or to move the cursor (-) to the desired position (the left edge of the display for a new message, or two spaces to the right of the preprogrammed...

  • Page 33: Adding T O Preprogrammed Messages, Messaging, Calling Station Messaging

    CALLING STATION MESSAGING You can set a message that will appear on the LCD of telephones that call your telephone by following the instructions on the left. The LCD Msg Select LED flashes, and the LCD displays “MSG NO.?” 4 - 3...

  • Page 34: Cancelling A Calling Station Message, Setting/changing Calling Station Messages, Storing L C D Name/number Display

    STORING LCD NAME/NUMBER DISPLAY This feature allows you to use your telephone to store a title (such as your name, telephone number, location, etc.) in system memory. This title (e.g., LOBBY) will display on your station’s LCD while it is idle, and it will appear at other stations’...

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    (as shown in Step 3). The new information is stored and will appear on the top line of the display. For example, if you entered “TOSHIBA EXT. 200,” that will appear above the date/day/time on the display.

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    # 6 2 1. USER NAME? 3. Press the Page In this particular display, “EKT” stands for the intercom number of the digital, button. electronic or standard telephone. jOfST#iizz-] 4. Dial the intercom number (N N N) of the station for which the...

  • Page 37: S P E E D Dial Memo .....................................................-

    40 or 100 system speed dial codes, depending on your system’s size, via the station connected to port 000, station number Press SDS or * if your telephone is not equipped with a Speed Dial button. NN or NNN = Speed Dial Code. (lo-49 station) or (60-99 or 600 w 699:...

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    4. Press any available CO button. 5. The number is dialed. To Check a Speed Dial Number: 1. Press Mode 8 when telephone is idle. 2. Dial a 2-digit speed dial number. 3. Press the Page button to scan the directory for the appropriate number/memo.

  • Page 39: Message Sending, Called Station Messaging

    0). MESSAGE SENDING The Alphanumeric Messaging feature on your LCD digital telephone enables you to set short text (up to 32 characters) at your station to ensure that you do not miss important calls. Any station may record a message; however, only stations with the LCD are able to display messages.

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    To Receive a Called Station Message: Press the Msg button. Press these buttons when your telephone MSG LED is flashing GROUP CALLED STATION ME&AGING To Set a “Called Station” This feature allows a station to set a Called Station Message for a group of Message for Another stations.

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    Press the Msg button. To Set a Calling Station Message for Another Station: 1. Press the Mode button when your telephone is idle. 2. Dial 9 5. 3. Dial the ‘destination” station number. 4. Press the ‘Page button. 5. Enter the desired message number.

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    4. Enter the desired message number. the message. 5. Press the Page The LCD displays “MSG SEND”. The destination station beeps four times and button. the message is displayed for 30 seconds, or until the originating station hangs To Return a Message (within 30 seconds) from the Busy Station After Receiving a “Busy...

  • Page 43: Group Called Station Messaging

    I N D E X .ount Code Calls 1-3 Changes 2-6,2-7 Alphanumeric Messages 1-4,4-l Auto Busy Redial Display l-3 Automatic Callback Display l-4 Automatic Line Selection Display Busy Field Display 1-4, 2-5 Busy Override Display. See Override Displays Busy Station Messaging 4-l 1 Call Forward l-52-2 All Calls 2-2 Busy 2-2...

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